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Mzansi left in stitches after an influencer exposed his reasons for the loadshedding in the country

The country has been experiencing a lot of black outs recently due to load shedding. This has not only inconvenienced the public but other businesses as well.

A lot of people have been wondering the main cause of these black outs how ever no one seemed to have seen satisfactory answer except for the fact that the country is going through an electricity shortage crisis.

Most South Africans who can afford it have managed to put boreholes and solar systems at their houses so as to avoid being disadvantaged when the load shedding takes place. The majority of the people juts learnt to adjust to the load shedding time table and wait for when they electricity comes back to go about their daily lives.

A certain twitter influencer who goes by the name Daniel Marvin shared a funny story that made a lot of people laugh. There was a picture of a man who was wearing a well ironed denim short. Most people do not iron their denims to that extend as they feel that it will be unnecessary. Marvin explained to the people that the main reason why electricity was going on several occasions is because people are wasting electrify ironing their denims on this particular way.

A lot of people found the post very funny and at the same time wondered why the guy in the picture would even go to that extend to iron the short. It is always good to see that people can be able to create some sort of humour even in the middle of a crisis. Some people were even more surprised considering that they do not even iron their denims when they wash them. They just wear them straight from the line.

The load shedding taking place in the whole of South Africa however has nothing to do with this particular guy but the country will be trying to cope with the high demand of electricity and making sure everyone is happy.

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